Our LED Floodlight 5000 is our newest lighting innovation. It is made of an innovative plastic component in a special housing design and stainless steel casing. A heat conductive system made of plastic that will meet more than your requirements. Our redesign has made the 5000 casing even smarter and assembly-friendly and even leight-weight. All features of its modular design and heat conduction stay the same.
High quality material: Special heat conductive plastic module with a stainless steel casing.
Modular design: Built by independent single LED modules of 40 W that can be combined between one to four units depending on your needs.
Low maintenance & cost-efficient: In case of malfunction, individual units make the replacement much easier.
Individual lighting: Three different lens types of wide, medium (standard) and narrow beam allow for individual lighting.
Individual front protection grid: For all sizes, you can choose a protection grid optionally.
The optional protection grid is a protection against mechanical damages. It is used in working areas, e.g. on lashing bridges, cargo holds.
Power connection by WISKA COMBI® 407 junction box, equipped with WISKA cable gland and venting device, enables the easy connection of the floodlight.
A high quality standard is very important to us in the development and production of our products. That is why we rely on the latest technologies when manufacturing our products.
Technology such as our state of the art robotics machine helping to ensure our lighting modules are assembled accurately and precisely every time.
The LED Floodlight 5000 is available in 3 beam types: wide, medium (standard option) and narrow beam. The luminous flux per LED module is 4,000 lm. Our LED Floodlight 5000 is available with 1 to 4 modules. Depending on your needs and the positioning of the floodlight, this allows you individual lighting of different areas.
The relevant EULUMDAT for each type can be viewed and downloaded at article pages.
Two modules (80 W) replace a 500 W halogen floodlight.
How to beat the heat
By now, aluminium has been the material of choice for floodlight heat conduction. But in return, aluminium is vulnerable to environmental and mechanical stress. With the aim of solving this issue and driven by our great plastic expertise, we developed a completely new floodlight design and chose an innovative plastic component that results in a plastic heat-conductive floodlight being non-corrosive at the same time.
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